Adasky, an Israeli startup engaged in developing and manufacturing thermal imaging (LWIR) systems for automotive and pedestrian safety, secured $15M in Series B funding.
Backers included existing shareholders Kyocera Corporation and Sungwoo-Hitech Co.
The company intends to use the funds for the establishment of its manufacturing footprint to fulfill market demand and advance its shift toward mass production.
Founded in 2016 and led by Yakov Shaharabani, CEO Adasky provides high-resolution LWIR thermal imaging solutions are designed and manufactured in-house, end-to-end, and will be applied to vehicle safety systems for ADAS/AV solutions and smart city infrastructure (V2I).
Currently, the company offers three solutions based on its core technology:
- Viper – A small, solid-state, and cost-effective LWIR thermal camera, designed for vehicle perception safety systems.
- Sharp Vision – An innovative high-resolution thermal camera and software for stationary V2I and smart city roadway applications.
- Viper-R – With the emergence of COVID-19, Adasky was inspired to adapt its thermal cameras for elevated body temperature screening in crowded places.